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EHS Critical Incident Communication:  3-13-18
On Tuesday, March 13, 2018 a student found a note in his gym locker at EHS.  It was a short anonymous note that presents a possible threat to school safety.  As a district, we take all potential threats seriously.
District and EHS administration have partnered with the Evanston Police Department (EPD) to assess the threat and investigate the source of the note.  The threat level is deemed as low.
School will be in session tomorrow.  There will be extra police presence at EHS and other schools in the district tomorrow and in the future, as needed.  We believe students will be safe at school. We encourage school attendance.
In addition, there is a nationally organized (Women’s March [womensmarch.com]) student walk-out day scheduled for tomorrow (3-14-18).  According to the website, the purpose of the walk-out is to “demand that Congress take action to stop gun violence”. The walk-out is supposed to take place at 10:00 am and last for 17 minutes - one minute for each victim of the school shooting in Florida last month.  This is a student-organized event that is not sponsored by Uinta County School District #1. We are currently unaware of any students planning on participating in this event.
Any students participating in this walk-out activity at EHS will be strongly encouraged to stay inside the school.  There will be a designated area for those participating to gather. We are asking parents to encourage their students to stay in class.  
If you have any questions, please call the district office at 307-789-7571.       
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